Ella Clark returns to Loughborough Lightning for another Vitality Superleague season

Loughborough Lightning have made their first signing of the season.
In a dual role that is athletic, Clark will compete women’s basketball aspect throughout the effort.
Having featured in Lightning’s 2017 and 2018 aspect that watched them pipped at the post in the Grand Final in 2 consecutive years, Clark will hope to play a key part in the upcoming season.
“It feels great to sign up for Lightning for one more year and I can not wait to get the season started,” said the 27-year-old.
“I am hoping we can build on previous year’s effort, we lost a few key players going into 2019 so that it took a little time for us to construct and correct as a reasonably new squad so I am looking forward to continuing on this travel and pushing farther next year.”
Head trainer Sara Bayman is thrilled with Clark’s commitment and spoke in the squad of her importance.
“I’m happy that Ella has dedicated to Lightning for another year. Despite playing basketball well this season, she was eager to remain at Lightning and I feel the two sports can really complement each other,” explained Bayman.
“Ella’s combination with other players at the attacking end improved during last year and her calmness helps the team in pressure situations.”
Netball is back on your screens in October using all the Fast5 All Stars Championship. We’ll cover all the turns and twists of the off-season as the Vitality Netball Superleague teams shape their squads.

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